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Tuesday, May 23 • 8:00pm - 9:15pm
Best. Program. Ever.
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Stop reading off the program plan! Your content is rich and important, but if you don't present it well - no one will know. In this workshop you'll learn tricks and tools for getting the message across, facilitating great discussions, and keeping your group engaged and excited.

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Erica Goldman

Erica Goldman grew up in New York and Florida and was a camper at Cejwin Camps for its last two years in existence. After receiving her BA in Linguistics and Cognitive Science from Brandeis University, Erica went on to work in software development in the Boston area until the summer of 2004, which she spent as Director of Dance at Camp Alonim in Los Angeles. That experience was the beginning of an incredible new career of teaching Israeli dance year-round, both in the U.S. and internationally. In the summers of 2013 and 2014, Erica was also the Goodman Educator for Camp Alonim, working to expand and improve Israel education at camp as part of the FJC and the... Read More →

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Brett Gurwitz

Brett has over fifteen years of youth development experience as a supervisor, mentor, trainer, and therapist. Prior to his work as a trainer, Brett served as a Program Manager at Harlem RBI, a unique program that uses teamwork to teach and inspire low-income youth to reach their potential. He also served as the Senior Program Director at Roads to Success where he oversaw all after-school programming serving over 800 children and spent two summers as a Camp Director with Oasis... Read More →
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Briana Holtzman

Briana started her work in the Jewish professional world in 2007 as the founding Associate Director for URJ Camp Kalsman, outside of Seattle, WA. Briana is an alumna of the first cohort of the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Yitro Leadership Program, a FJC Bildner Graduate Fellow, and a Ruskay Fellow through UJA-Federation of New... Read More →

Tuesday May 23, 2017 8:00pm - 9:15pm